Self-Assessment

Speaking

Which image represents an interview below

Match the word 'SEND' to the correct picture below

Match the word 'CV' to one of the following pictures

Drag the word 'hand' onto the correct image

  • hand

Click on the image where the man's 'leg' is

Who is doing a 'stretch' of the following images

Which person looks relaxed?

Which person looks bored?

  • bored

Which person looks hungry?

Drag the word to the correct definition.

  • Responsibilities
  • Position
  • Recruiter

Read the conversation below and fill in blanks

Conversation 1: 

John: What’s that thing again, you know, in your head?
Sarah
: The bones in your head you mean?
John: Yes!

Write the following word John is referring to here: 

Conversation 2:

John: I’m trying to think of all of the sense verbs, do you remember them?
Sarah: Yes; sight, hearing, taste smell and…….
John: hmmm….

Write the following word John means here: 

Conversation 3: (Picture of a wrist)
 

John: What’s that body part called again?
Sarah: Which one?
John: The one that connects your arm and hand?

Write the following word John means here: 

 

Read the conversation and fill in the blanks

Morgan: I am so  to hear you got the job. Congratulations!
Susie: Oh thanks love. They made me  a bit in the interview - so many difficult questions!
Morgan: But you must have done a great job  them what a great candidate you were.
Susie: Ah, thank you!

Read the work email. Complete by dragging and dropping text to correct location

  • implement
  • juggling
  • confirm

Read the work email. Complete with the correct words. OPTION 2

Dear Customer,

Thank you for your suggestions on how to improve our service. We appreciate the time you have spent communicating this to us and we value your opinion.  

We would like to inform you that in the following year we are going to  the changes you have suggested. It may take some time as we are currently  a lot of different projects but do be assured that the improvements will be made.

 

Please  receipt of this email.

 

Yours Sincerely,


D&M Services.

Select the image with a kidney in it

Select the image that shows a limb

Select the image that shows a shin

Read the email and choose the correct word(s).

Simon,

You told me that you would talk to Mum about what she wants to do for her birthday. You know she’s 80 next week , don’t you? I’m pretty  that you always expect me to plan and organise everything in our family. I know you’re my brother but I just don’t know how you  leave everything to me all of the time. It’s not all my responsibility.

This is the  - if you leave it up to me again then we’re going to fall out!

 

Martha.

 

Grammar

Click on the correct sentence.

  • She is a student.
  • She be a student.
  • She are a student.

Click on the correct sentence.

  • He are a Doctor.
  • He isn’t a Doctor.
  • He aren’t a Doctor.

Click on the correct sentence.

  • Are they girls?
  • Is they girls?
  • Are not they girls?

Click on the correct sentence below

Choose whether the sentence is correct (true) or incorrect (false) below

  • Do he like English?
  • Does she like English?
  • Does he likes English?

Untitled drag and drop text question

  • correct
  • incorrect
  • correct

Choose the correct sentence

  • Does she have an English book?
  • Do she have an English book?
  • Doe she have an English book?

1.7.1 Drag and drop audio - Listen to the words. Drag to the correct place.

  • an
  • a
  • an article

Untitled multiple choice question

  • She went to Spain last year.
  • She

Untitled content

Choose the correct sentence

  • She went to Spain last year
  • She has been to Spain the last year

Choose the correct sentences.

  • He worked here since 2010.
  • He has worked here since 2010.

Choose the correct sentences.

  • Have you ever been to London?
  • Have you ever went to London?

She’s wearing a scarf...

  • is she?
  • isn't she?
  • right?

He wants to go to the UK…

  • doesn't he?
  • does he?
  • isn't he?

They’re putting on their coats….

  • isn't they?
  • are they?
  • aren't they?

Drag the sentence to the correct use of will - part 1

  • I’ll wash up tonight.
  • I think I’ll buy that.
  • It’ll rain tomorrow.

Drag the sentence to the correct use of will - part 2

  • I’ll make my dinner now.
  • I’ll make you a cup of tea.
  • He won’t get here on time.

Complete the text with the correct word.

Hi Tom,

Thanks for your email.

I know what you mean - it’s  we haven’t seen each other in years. I know it’s only been a few weeks but I really miss you. It’s  we’re estranged or something!  I’d like to see you soon, I’ve been really busy with work and not sure if I can make it to meet you this week.

How about the week after? Hopefully that’ll work for us both!

Love

Kim xx

Drag the adjectives into the correct order within the sentences.

  • small
  • beautiful
  • red

Drag the adjectives into the correct order within the sentences.

  • English
  • 19th century
  • prestigious

Drag the adjectives into the correct order within the sentences.

  • tasty
  • Colombian
  • black

Choose which of the following sentence is correct

Match the correct and incorrect sentence

  • I would have told you if I know about it!
    Incorrect
  • I would have told you if I’d known about it!
    Correct

Choose whether the statement is correct (true) or incorrect (false) below

  • If you’d gone to university what would you do?
  • What would you have done if you’d gone to university?
  • I’d have studied in the science field. d. I’d studied in the science field.

Choose whether the statement is correct (true) or incorrect (false) below

  • If I were you, I wouldn’t have bought those shoes!
  • If I had been you, I wouldn’t buy those shoes!
  • Well If I were you, I would be quiet! d. I’d be quiet if I had been you!